V300 Non-Medical DPP Service

V300 Non-Medical DPP Service



4 - 6 Months (75-90 Hours)


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As part of the application process for the independent prescribing course, a designated prescribing practitioner (DPP) is required for all applicants.

Completing the non-medical prescribing course demands substantial effort, commitment, and a fulfilling placement that provides valuable insights. Our program facilitates our students with the necessary resources to succeed, including the compulsory 75 - 90 hour clinical practice.

The following support will be provided:

  • The learning program will offer opportunities for trainees to achieve their learning objectives and gain prescribing competency.
  • Dedicated time and opportunities will be provided for trainees to observe patient consultations and develop management plans.
  • Trainees will have the opportunity to conduct consultations and propose clinical management and prescribing options.
  • Structured support systems will be in place to ensure the integration of theory with practice.
  • In-depth discussion and analysis of clinical management will be provided using a random case analysis approach.
  • Collaboration with personal tutors and other medical professionals will be established for additional student support.
  • At the end of the course, the trainee's practical ability to assume the prescribing role will be assessed and verified.
Jacqueline Naeini
Aesthetic Nurses